Japanese firm unveils a smartphone at CES with a AI-powered triple rear camera ...

Japanese firm unveils a smartphone at CES equip with an AI-powered triple rear camera system similar to Apple's iPhone 11, but only costs $115 Alcatel 3L made its debut at CES that will only cost consumers $115 The handset has an AI-powered rear triple camera system  It includes a 48-megapixel sensor, a 12-megapixel and a 5-megapixel  The smartphone is set to launch in select markets early this year

By Stacy Liberatore For Dailymail.com

Published: 21:54 GMT, 8 January 2020 | Updated: 21:54 GMT, 8 January 2020

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Alcatel 3L may feature similar technology found in the leading smartphones, but it can be purchased for a sixth of the price.

The handset, developed by TCL Communications, debuted at CES in Las Vegas with a price tag of $155 and includes an AI-powered  triple rear cameras setup.

The system includes a 48-megapixel sensor, a 12-megapixel and a 5-megapixel for ultra wide shots.

The Alcatel 3L will be released in ‘select markets across Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East in the beginning of this year, reports CNET.

Alcatel 3L may features similar technology found in the leading smartphones, but it can be purchased for a sixth of the price. The handset, developed by TCL Communications, debuted at CES with a price tag of $155 and includes an AI-powered triple rear cameras setup

Alcatel 3L may features similar technology found in the leading smartphones, but it can be purchased for a sixth of the price. The handset, developed by TCL Communications, debuted at CES with a price tag of $155 and includes an AI-powered triple rear cameras setup

‘Take high-quality images even in low-light conditions with a 48MP camera equipped with 4-in-1 big pixel and a large aperture, Alcatel Mobile explains on its site.

‘Capture the finest details with a 2MP macro camera. Make photo shoots effortless with AI scene detection that auto-adjusts settings for the best shot in 22 different scenarios ranging from sunsets to succulents.

‘Night or day, get the

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